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Соколов Алексей
Aleksey Sokolov
Deputy Minister of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation
SPIEF 2019
A Strategic Pathway for Energy Companies in the Platform Economy
We need to ensure the security of the critical information infrastructure. We plan to do that in cooperation with the Ministry of Energy. We will focus on priority use of Russian equipment both for smart accounting systems and telecommunications infrastructure that is going to be part of the interaction
SPIEF 2019
A Strategic Pathway for Energy Companies in the Platform Economy
This [digitalization, – Ed.] will help reduce losses and increase reliability <…> These are reductions in corporate expenditure, preventive renewals, increased data accuracy and availability. <…> This is the analysis of capacities, asset performance, possibility to produce personalized offers for a specific customer
SPIEF 2019
A Strategic Pathway for Energy Companies in the Platform Economy
Digitalization of the power industry leads to a more vulnerable infrastructure. <…> This is a question of information security and protection of the critical information infrastructure. <…> A rapidly growing number of IoT devices <…> will generate steadily increasing traffic. This imposes new requirements for the sustainability of the Russian unified electrocommunication network
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Is Russia Prepared for New Challenges in Cyberspace?
The primary Ministry objectives in terms of ensuring information security are included in one of the six passports of the national Digital Economy programme. The passport was prepared jointly with the Sberbank Competence Centre and a working group led by Natalya Kasperskaya. The measures it holds correspond to the goals and objectives of the May Executive Orders of the President of the Russian Federation, namely, they aim at creating a sustainable, secure information and telecommunication infrastructure, preferential use of domestic software products and equipment at all levels of information systems, increasing internal digitalization costs, increasing digital economy penetration three-fold comparing to 2017
EEF 2018
Parents, Children, and Changing Technology: The Limits of Control and Potential for Development
In digital economy, we plan to connect all educational institutions to the Internet. We have set a high standard, broadband access for village schools – no less than 50 Mbit/s, for all other schools – 100 Mbit/s <…> In three years we have to finish connecting 42,000 schools